Deputies: Iraq's parliament to ratify the report on the fall of Mosul

Mon Aug 17 2015 16:45 | (Voice of Iraq) - Reuters said two deputies Iraqi Parliament ratified on Monday on a report calling for the trial of former Prime Minister Nuri al-Maliki and dozens of other senior officials in connection with the fall of the city of Mosul in the hands of the organization of the Islamic state last year. He said MP Mohammad al-Karbouli The vote was by show of hands and got the majority, adding that due to report now presented to the Attorney General and the Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi, who owns the right of referral to military courts. The Commission's report is the broadest step taken by Baghdad yet to hold accountable those responsible for the loss of about a third of the country's territory in front of hard-line Islamists. And saying that al-Maliki were not to have an accurate picture of the imminent danger to the northern city he chose leaders immersed in corruption as he did not reckon. There are no official novel shows how Mosul fell from or issued orders to withdraw from the fighting. He accused al-Maliki countries did not mention by name the leaders and politicians competitors in planning to overthrow the city. Will also deliver the report blamed the fall of the city on the Liberation of Iraq governor of Nineveh province followed by the city of Mosul and the former Acting Minister of Defense Saadoun al-Dulaimi and the commander of the former army Gen. Babacar Zebari and the team Mahdi Gharwaa operations commander former Nineveh. and who also named Major General Khaled al-Hamadani of Nineveh police chief Adnan al-Asadi former deputy interior minister, Hatem Almksusi former head of military intelligence and the three Kurdish members of the Iraqi security forces. revealed the control of the organization of the Islamic state on Mosul, the second largest city in Iraq in June in June 2014 during the the invasion of the Syrian border and the declaration of state of succession shortcomings in the ruling system based primarily on the sharing of power along sectarian and ethnic lines. After a year in power Abadi seeks to change the system say it has encouraged corruption, mismanagement and deprived the Iraqis of basic services, while government forces weaker in the battle with the Islamic State fighters . (preparation Lilian and serious Arab Bulletin -

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